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The ADA & ISDA are fighting for dental insurance reforms. Check out this suite of resources to help tackle dental insurance issues.

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Welcome to the Idaho State Dental Association!

The ISDA represents more than 70% of Idaho dental professionals who have joined us in membership. We are a constituent of the American Dental Association (ADA), the professional organization of dentists throughout the U.S. who are dedicated to providing the best care for their patients. 

Vision Statement:

Empowering the dental profession to achieve optimal health for all Idahoans.

Mission Statement:

Help Idaho dentists succeed and support the advancement of the health of the public.

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CGA Chair Dr. Mark Vitale Authors Article on Dental Insurance Reform

Insurance may increase access to oral health care but it also can be a source of confusion and frustration for practices and patients, due to issues around plan transparency, non-covered services, benefit assignment, network leasing, nonduplication of benefits, coding and others. Mark A. Vitale, D.M.D., chair of the ADA Council of Governmental Affairs, authored a piece, “Dental insurance confusion and inequity,” in Dental Economics to explain the most frequent issues that dentists and patients may face with insurance companies. Dentists taking an active role in organized dentistry and advocating for insurance reform is key to reducing confusion and inequity. The ADA also provides resources for dentists who have dental insurance questions, including toolkits and best practices to help navigate such as the Third-Party Concierge program. Visit for more information